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Goods for Shipment Procurement Rev XX

Amec Foster Wheeler


1-14-5440/9 OTTCO Contract No: OTTCO-TB-TC-002/14
Contract No:
Client’s Name: Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C.

Project Title: Ras Markaz Crude Oil Park Project

Project Location: Ras Markaz, Oman

Document Category: Class 1

REVISION O1 XX XX
Signature Signature Signature
DATE 13 JUL 15 20 OCT 15
ORIG. BY C. WEIR S.MADDOCK
APP. BY G.BARNARD G.BARNARD

REVISION STATUS UPDATE/AMENDMENT


O1 Issued for Internal First Issue
Comment
XX Cancelled

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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CONTENTS

1. PURPOSE ............................................................................................................................... 3
2. SCOPE .................................................................................................................................... 3
3. DEFINITIONS .......................................................................................................................... 3
4. EXTERNAL REFERENCES..................................................................................................... 4
5. PROJECT REFERENCES ....................................................................................................... 4
6. RESPONSIBILITIES ................................................................................................................ 4
7. ACTIONS FOLLOWING RECEIPT OF A PURCHASE ORDER ............................................... 5
7.1 Chemicals, lubricants, adhesives & similar Goods (hazardous or not) .............................. 5
7.2 Export Licences ................................................................................................................ 5
7.3 Details of heavy, large, or items requiring special handling ............................................... 5
8. BEFORE PACKING ................................................................................................................. 6
9. PAINTING AND PROTECTIVE COATINGS ............................................................................ 6
10. PACKING STANDARDS & SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS ......................................................... 6
10.1 Special requirements for electrical and electronic instrumentation and equipment ............ 7
10.2 Special requirements for Static Equipment ....................................................................... 8
10.3 Special requirements for Tanks & Tank Mixers ................................................................. 9
10.4 Special requirements for Rotating Equipment ................................................................. 10
10.5 Special requirements for Packaged Equipment .............................................................. 12
10.6 Requirements for items of (or containing) stainless / exotic steel .................................... 14
11. GENERAL PACKING GUIDELINES ...................................................................................... 14
11.1 Shipping Saddles ............................................................................................................ 15
11.2 Shipment in Containers................................................................................................... 16
11.3 Airfreight ......................................................................................................................... 17
12. HANDLING, STORAGE, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS ............... 17
13. PACKAGE MARKING ............................................................................................................ 17
14. PREPARATION OF SHIPPING DOCUMENTATION ............................................................. 18
14.1 Shipping & Customs invoices.......................................................................................... 19
14.2 Packing List(s) ................................................................................................................ 19
14.3 Certificates of Origin ....................................................................................................... 20
15. DESPATCH ARRANGEMENTS ............................................................................................ 20
15.1 Export Customs Clearance ............................................................................................. 22
16. DISTRIBUTION OF DOCUMENTS ........................................................................................ 22
17. MARINE INSURANCE ........................................................................................................... 22
18. ATTACHMENTS .................................................................................................................... 23
ATTACHMENT A: EXAMPLES OF INTERNATIONAL HANDLING SYMBOLS............................. 23
ATTACHMENT B. DISTRIBUTION OF DOCUMENTS ................................................................ 24

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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1. PURPOSE
The purpose of this document is to provide Vendor’s with instructions for the
preparations, packing and marking of Goods, and the preparation and submittal of
shipping documentation required in support of shipment and importation arrangements
for the Ras Markaz Crude Oil Park Project in the Sultanate of Oman.

2. SCOPE
These instructions apply to all Goods purchased outside the Sultanate of Oman (OOK)
under delivery terms “FCA…Named place (Incoterms® 2010)” or “FOB…Named Port
of Shipment (Incoterms® 2010)”.

Alternate instructions apply if the Goods are purchased or in fact supplied (in full or in
part) from within the Sultanate of Oman (IK), or if other delivery terms have been
agreed. Such instructions must be obtained from the Buyer before proceeding.

3. DEFINITIONS
Terms and definitions used in this document are stated in Table 1 below:

TABLE 1 (Terms and Definitions)


Term Definition
Buyer [HOLD #1 – The Owner’s Contractor defined as “Buyer” is
to be confirmed post-order]
Goods Any equipment or materials to be supplied under the terms
of the Purchase Order.
IATA DGR International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous
Goods Regulations (DGR)
Incoterms® 2010 The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) rules for
the use of domestic and international trade terms.
IMDG Code International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code

IATA DGR International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous


Goods Regulations (DGR)
MSDS Material Safety Data Sheets.

Owner Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. (OTTCO)


Purchase Order The contract between the Buyer and Vendor for the supply
of Goods and/or associated services.
Site Means the areas where the works are to be executed, to
which Goods are to be delivered.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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TABLE 1 (Terms and Definitions)


Term Definition
Sub-contractor An entity providing materials, equipment or services as
Sub-supplier part of Goods, to a Vendor specifically for the execution of
a Purchase Order.
Shipment Number The number issued by the Buyer to the Vendor to identify
each Shipment (or consignment) forming all or part of a
specific delivery in respect of a Purchase Order.
Vendor Company or entity which has received a Quotation
Request or Purchase Order for the supply of Goods and/or
associated services.

4. EXTERNAL REFERENCES
INCOTERMS 2010®
Sultanate of Oman Port regulations
Sultanate of Oman Customs and importation regulations
International Maritime Organisation IMDG Code (2010 Edition)
International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR)
ISPM 15 – Regulation of wood packaging materials in international trade

5. PROJECT REFERENCES
Document No: Document title:

5440-8210-SP-100-0006 Specification for Anti-Corrosion Coating

5440-8470-SP-000-0001 Package Equipment Specification

5440-8530-SP-000-0013 Specification for Electrical Bulk Equipment

Specification for Atmospheric and Low Pressure API


5440-8430-SP-000-0002
650 Storage Tanks

5440-8430-SP-000-0003 Specification for Tank Mixers

5440-8410-SP-000-0001 Centrifugal APII 610 Pump Specification

6. RESPONSIBILITIES
The Buyer is responsible for issue and revision of these instructions.
Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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The Vendor is responsible for confirming that these are the appropriate instructions for
the foreseen supply of Goods to meet the requirements of each Purchase Order, and
for ensuring the implementation of these instructions both throughout the Vendor’s
organisation and by each Sub-supplier or Sub-contractor.

7. ACTIONS FOLLOWING RECEIPT OF A PURCHASE ORDER

7.1 Chemicals, lubricants, adhesives & similar Goods (hazardous or not)


Upon receipt of a Purchase Order, the Vendor shall immediately advise all Goods to be
supplied that comprise or include any quantity of any chemical or similar products,
stating the quantity and full description, together with the relevant “materials safety
data sheet” (MSDS).

Hazardous Cargo and noxious substances must be packed in accordance with


International Maritime Organisation Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG code) or, for
airfreight, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods
Regulations (DGR) currently in force, including the relevant packaging limits and
labelling requirements.

 All such products must EACH be separately packed for shipment.

The costs of any consequences, any fines or other charges incurred, due to failure to
provide correct information shall be for the Vendor’s account.

7.2 Export Licences


Upon receipt of a Purchase Order, the Vendor shall advise the Buyer whether or not
any Export Licence / End User Controls are applicable to any of the Goods. If
applicable, the Vendor shall confirm that they are able to comply with all requirements.

The Vendor shall submit any requests for “End-User” certificates as soon as possible to
the Buyer.

7.3 Details of heavy, large, or items requiring special handling


Within twelve (12) weeks of order placement, the Vendor shall provide to the Buyer a
drawing that details the weight and dimensions, centre of gravity, lifting and securing
points, and appropriate handling procedures / instructions (including provided lifting
devices) for all items / packages that are expected to exceed a weight of 10,000 kgs or
dimensions of 11.8 x 2.2 x 2.2 metres.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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8. BEFORE PACKING
Before packing, the Vendor must ensure that all items (regardless of type or size) are
indelibly marked with the Country of origin / manufacture. Related shipping documents
MUST include identical details of the origin of all items (including parts of assembled
items).

Tagging and/or colour coding of Goods shall be completed in accordance with specific
instructions detailed in the relevant Purchase Order, requisition, and/or associated
notes.

The Vendor shall ensure that prefabricated steelwork, prepared tank plates, pipe
spools and similar items to be assembled at Site shall be indelibly marked or securely
tagged to permit efficient site storage and correct assembly to be undertaken.

All wood packaging used for shipment and packing shall be treated and marked in
accordance with ISPM-15 requirements, and related certification must be provided to
the Buyer before shipment.

 The Vendor shall be responsible for any costs due to any failure to comply
with these requirements.

9. PAINTING AND PROTECTIVE COATINGS


It should be noted that some condensation will normally occur in closed spaces during
transit due to temperature fluctuations, and corrosion prevention measures must
normally therefore be taken (See packing requirements below).

The Vendor shall refer to the Project Specification (Document no. 5440-8210-SP-100-
0006) which provides detailed instructions regarding the materials and methods to be
applied to provide protective coatings, and the quality control procedures with which
compliance is required.

10. PACKING STANDARDS & SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS


All equipment shall have been fully tested and inspected prior to packaging. No
packaging activities shall commence without the prior consent of the COMPANY /
CONTRACTOR. The COMPANY / CONTRACTOR shall be notified of the dates of
packaging with sufficient notice to allow attendance for completion of inspection and
release certificates without affecting the required delivery schedule.

No equipment shall be allowed to leave the VENDOR’s premises without such


certificate being signed, or a written waiver issued.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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Each Vendor shall remain responsible for ensuring provision of appropriate


preservation and packing to ensure the suitable protection of all Goods during
shipment to the Ras Markaz Crude Oil Park Project Site, including handling, and
storage in the local climate for a minimum of twelve (12) months, taking due notice of
specific instructions within the requisition or associated notes, and the following specific
requirements: -

10.1 Special requirements for electrical and electronic instrumentation and


equipment
The VENDOR shall ensure that detailed and specific instructions for the preservation
and maintenance of equipment while stored at the construction site, from receipt at site
to operational start-up, shall be delivered to the construction site with the equipment.
Such instructions shall include as a minimum the preservation and maintenance
schedule, preservative materials, lubricants to be used etc.

Preparation for shipment and storage, as well as handling of equipment shall be in


accordance with the VENDOR‘s standard procedures, which shall be subject to
approval. However, the following are the minimum requirements:

a) All shipping packages shall be clearly identified with the project shipping marks.

b) Any exposed equipment that may be damaged by slings and lifting equipment
during transportation and installation shall be removed and protected. All
temporary supports and bracings required for transporting or lifting condition
shall be provided by the VENDOR and shall be painted red. Where it is
necessary to employ spreader beams to lift and handle large equipment
packages, the VENDOR shall quote this equipment as an option to the basic
package scope of supply.

c) Equipment and materials shall be preserved and protected to withstand road


and sea transit and an extended period of storage on the job site of 12 months.
Equipment shall be protected to safeguard against all adverse environment
conditions that may be encountered during shipment, storage and installation.

d) All parts shall be properly marked and conditioned for shipment and thoroughly
cleaned of loose scale, dirt and other foreign material before shipment.

e) All liquids used for cleaning or testing shall be completely drained and all units
dried inside prior to shipping.

f) All such Goods must be enclosed with an appropriate quantity of desiccant in a


‘sealed-envelope’ barrier of suitable type before being packed in sturdy cases
or crates, incorporating shock-resistant padding, that are specifically marked
with handling instructions and symbols (see Attachment 1).

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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g) Exposed bolted connections shall be protected by wooden cover plates and


threaded connection shall be protected by steel plugs or caps.

h) All items subject to internal preservation shall be tagged and marked, so to be


identified. Tagging shall indicate the type of preservation used.

i) All exposed unpainted surfaces shall be coated with approved preservatives


either wrapped with Denso tape or equivalent.

j) Location of lifting points, the weight and the centre of gravity shall be clearly
marked on all shipping containers.

k) Where items are required to be dismantled for shipping, instructions shall be


provided for reassembly of sections in the field.

l) The VENDOR shall separately pack any miscellaneous equipment that must be
removed for shipment.

m) All cable entries shall be sealed to IP55 for shipping.

n) Cable ends shall be fitted with a heat shrink cap to prevent entry of moisture
inside the cable and shall be fixed to the drum.

o) Cable shall be shipped on non-returnable drums.

p) The drums shall be covered with suitable material, to provide physical


protection during transit, ordinary storage and handling operations

a) Load test certificates shall be shipped with all lifting equipment, spreader bars,
slings and shackles.

10.2 Special requirements for Static Equipment


The VENDORs shall, on completion of testing, suitably prepare the equipment for road
/sea transportation to job site. VENDOR’s are required to submit packing / transport
/storage procedure for EPC CONTRACTOR/COMPANY approval prior to shipment.

All non-standard lifting equipment, e.g. Lifting beams for air cooler bays, required for
shipment or erection shall normally be provided and tested & certified by the equipment
VENDOR.

Vessels skirts shall be suitably supported to protect them against damage during
transportation.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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The equipment shall be received, stored, protected, installed and commissioned by the
EPC Contractor.

Flanged openings shall be protected with bolted on wooden outdoor plywood


(Minimum 12mm thickness) or metal covers, using at least three bolts. Wiring on
covers is not acceptable.

A mastic sealer shall be used between the flanges and the cover. After openings have
been covered, the joint shall be wrapped with waterproof adhesive tape.

For ocean shipment flanged openings shall be covered with securely taped heavy
plastic sheet.

All butt weld connections shall be sealed with heavy plastic sheet taped to the nozzle.

All vessels shall be suitably protected against salt water for ocean transport.

Stainless steel vessels shall not be carried as deck cargo.

All loose items shall be suitably packaged and marked with identification.

All vessel appurtenances susceptible to damage shall be suitably protected.

Whether or not packed, if any items are to be purged with nitrogen during
transportation, the proposed quantity of nitrogen to be used, the proposed pressure,
and the proposed method of retaining the status during shipment and storage shall be
advised to the Buyer together with the above submittal.

All items treated in this manner shall bear a clear marking on two sides stating: -
“CAUTION – NITROGEN PURGED VESSEL AT ……… PRESSURE.
NORMALISE PRESSURE BEFORE OPENING”.

10.3 Special requirements for Tanks & Tank Mixers


All tank plate and components shall be suitably protected during transport and storage
on site.

Unless otherwise stated in the purchase order, all on package pipe work shall be fully
fitted and assembled prior to dispatch. Pipe work between main packages and off
package auxiliaries, if supplied by VENDOR, shall have sufficient spare lengths for final
field welding.

All openings, disconnected for shipping purposes, shall be closed. These shall be
identified using a securely attached tag indicating the type of connection, the
instrument or the line description of the connecting piping
Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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The tank shall not be painted or internally coated until instructed by the EPC
CONTRACTOR and/or COMPANY.

Surface preparation, painting, and coating specifications shall be selected in


accordance with the Project Coating for New Equipment & Piping and Internal Lining
specifications 5440-8440-SP-000-0001 and 5440-8440-SP-000-0003.

Anti-skid paint shall be furnished for the roof surface areas of access to and around
roof nozzles where walkway access is not supplied.

Machined surface shall not be painted but shall be protected with an approved rust
preventative

The EPC CONTRACTOR shall specify all painting requirements in accordance with
referenced project specifications, including the Protective Coating Systems, surface
preparation, and primer type, number of coats, total thickness and the areas or parts of
the tank to be painted.

The TANK CONTRACTOR of shop built tanks shall design and provide all necessary
lifting attachments, supports and stiffeners. The equipment shall have sufficient rigidity
and strength to permit normal handling.

The equipment shall be provided with sufficient bracing and lifting lugs to permit
handling at the construction site with conventional slings or hooks without damage to
the equipment.

10.4 Special requirements for Rotating Equipment


Vendor shall, on completion of testing, suitably prepare the equipment unit for road /
sea transportation to job site. Vendor shall include for protection and packaging for the
storage period as stated in the General Notes for Requisitions, 5440-8820-GN-000-
0001.

Maximum fit up and assembly shall be carried out in Vendor’s works prior to shipment.

Associated equipment/materials – instrumentation and electrical fittings, gaskets etc.


shall, unless entirely impractical, be removed and packed in wooden cases/crates with
provision for protection from corrosion (See packing requirements below).

Where removal for separate packing is not considered possible, the Buyer shall
immediately be informed of detailed proposals for protection in situ. No equipment shall
be presented for shipment without adequate protection, or without protection proposals
having been reviewed by the Buyer in advance.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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Temporary bracing shall be provided for internal fittings whose fixings may provide
insufficient support during transportation, and for framed fabricated sections (e.g.
ducting) to avoid distortion of the framing. No packing materials shall be put in closed
sections.

All items containing temporary bracings (or internal packing materials) shall be marked
in large letters: -

“REMOVE BRACINGS / INTERNAL PACKINGS BEFORE INSTALLATION OR


OPERATION”.

After testing, all fluids shall (unless otherwise specifically agreed) be completely
drained.

Suitable desiccants shall be placed within equipment casings.


Coatings shall follow the project Protective Coatings Specification, 5440-8440-SP-000-
0001.

All internal surfaces/spaces, where possible, shall be thoroughly cleaned and dried,
and shall be checked as clean and dry. Accessible internal machined surfaces shall be
protected by application of corrosion preventatives which do not require removal before
operation, thoroughly and carefully applied strictly in accordance with the
manufacturer’s recommendations.

All exposed unpainted machined equipment surfaces shall be cleaned, dried, and
thoroughly treated with an appropriate quantity of an approved type of compound,
which will provide an effective protective coating for a minimum of 24 months. Exposed
external machined surfaces shall be protected by a heavy application of grease, or by
a liquid film compound which dries to a tough coating, which shall be thoroughly
applied strictly in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations. Care must be
taken to avoid contaminating painted areas and/or any rubber, mica, or other materials
that may be adjacent to the sections to be treated.

If it is agreed by the Buyer that larger parts of equipment items may be despatched as
unpacked pieces they will require protection from corrosion resulting from rain, sea
spray, condensation, and fine dust by spray-coating exposed unpainted metal sections
of the subject items with a suitable protective coating which can be removed at site with
hydrocarbon solvents or detergent solutions.

All items treated in this manner shall bear a securely attached red tag stating: -

“CAUTION- THIS EQUIPMENT TREATED WITH CORROSION PREVENTATIVE, NO


PARTS TO BE DISTURBED UNTIL READY TO PLACE IN SERVICE”.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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Obtain Buyer prior approval for use of all such products. Details of all such protective
coatings actually used, together with instructions for their correct removal, shall be
provided as part of the equipment documentation package.

10.5 Special requirements for Packaged Equipment


After completion of all inspection and testing, and receipt of a formal release note from
PURCHASER, the equipment shall be prepared for shipment.

VENDOR shall ensure that the equipment is adequately protected and packed for
shipment to site (generally by sea). Large items (those not containerised) shall be
protected in a manner appropriate for shipment as deck cargo.

The amount of dismantling shall be minimised to limit quantity of shipped-loose items.

All ancillary equipment and spares that are supplied loose shall be suitably tagged and
clearly identified on VENDOR’s packing list.

All desiccant bags shall be attached to the inside of flange blanks, inspection covers,
hatches or man-ways. Their location and number shall be indicated on the
arrangement drawings and by stencils on the equipment.

Electrical and Instrument items shall be sealed in polythene envelopes. Desiccant shall
be enclosed within the envelope for motors, switchgear and control panels, etc.
Prominent and durable warning labels shall indicate that desiccant is contained within.

WBP plywood (subject to Country of site or en route requirements), metal or


thermoplastic closures/blanks shall be used on all connections. These shall have full
soft gasket to seal out moisture and at least 50% bolting using stock black steel bolts,
nuts and washers. VENDOR shall ensure that temporary gaskets used for shipping
closures do NOT contain asbestos.

VENDOR shall ensure that the equipment or material is suitably protected for
prolonged (up to one year) outdoor storage at site or en route. VENDOR shall identify
and give instructions for the storage of equipment needing to be indoors or requiring
special attention such as regular turning or top up of pressurisation. The need for
special storage or attention shall be clearly identified in the bid and shall be marked on
the case and on the packing lists and detailed instructions shall be given in the
equipment’s manuals.

Packing materials shall be resistant to deterioration or biological attack for at least one
year’s continuous exposure.

Storage and preservation requirements for all equipment shall be supplied within
VENDOR documentation.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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The equipment VENDOR shall supply all special tools, dismantling jigs, etc. necessary
for dis-assembly, maintenance, re-assembly and commissioning of the equipment in
their supply as well as a schedule of the special tools with working instructions.

Special tools includes means of adjusting software, forcing memory bits and I/O and
burning new EPROMs for electronic control equipment where these are not already
available at site. In any case VENDOR shall furnish their own equipment for testing,
start up, commissioning and SAT work should they be required to do any of this, and
shall not rely on such equipment being otherwise available on site.

Jack screws, lifting lugs, eyebolts, or the equivalent shall be provided to facilitate
alignment, dis-assembly and re-assembly. Lifting lugs or eyebolts shall also be
provided for equipment and maintainable components, which have a weight in excess
of 20 kg.

Lifting lugs and their attachments shall be subject to 100% magnetic particle inspection
or ultrasonic testing. The joint fit-up, welding and NDT shall be a witnessed point
included in VENDOR’s quality inspection and test plan. VENDOR shall provide
structural / strength calculations for all lifting lugs / points / attachments / frames for
PURCHASER’s review.

VENDOR shall include any special lifting devices, spreader beams, etc. required for
installation and maintenance.

Any lifting/handling gear supplied with equipment shall be proof load tested as
specified in the relevant local code(s) of Country of site, Country of dispatch and if to
be handled en route the Country en route. A test certificate endorsed by an acceptable
Independent Inspection Authority shall be supplied in the Production Data
Book/Manufacturing Data Book.

Safe working load (SWL) shall be clearly indicated, e.g. by attachment of a stamped
plate.

Single point lifts for all equipment and skids are required unless specifically agreed with
PURCHASER. VENDOR shall provide dedicated lifting lugs for each item or assembly
which is to be lifted as a whole.

Equipment and major parts shall be furnished with lifting points and these shall be
indicated on the drawings and on the equipment.

The position of the centre of gravity on large (greater than 0.5 tonne) parts shall also
be indicated on the drawings.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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10.6 Requirements for items of (or containing) stainless / exotic steel


On-deck shipment of stainless steel materials or equipment is not generally permitted
and all such items or packing containing such items shall be clearly marked in large
text: -

“STAINLESS STEEL – DO NOT SHIP ON DECK”.

Stainless / exotic steel pipe and/or fittings shall always be packed in cases or crates,
wrapped or otherwise protected from contamination.

11. GENERAL PACKING GUIDELINES


All equipment and materials must be packed in sturdy cases or crates or securely
palletised, with the exception of carbon steel pipe or steelwork – which, if shipped
loose or in secure bundles, must be fitted with slings or identified lifting points.

Unless otherwise specifically agreed, all packages with a weight of more than 10,000
kgs shall normally be made suitable for a single hook lift by crane using wire rope
slings. Case / crate design shall incorporate steel protection plates at appropriate
points to prevent cutting, and be of sufficient strength to withstand crushing.

It is recommended that any ‘sealed-envelope’ barrier or similar shall have a clear


section included - through which the Goods can be adequately viewed when inspected
by the Oman Customs service. Outer packaging shall be marked to indicate the
viewing point.

If the use of a spreader or lifting beam during transportation is essential, this shall be
made clear and details advised. If included in the scope of supply, such lifting devices
shall be provided complete with all necessary slings, shackles etc. and load test
certificates issued by an acknowledged inspection authority. Such devices shall be
available for use as required (i.e. not packed).

Not less than 3 months before the proposed shipment date the Vendor shall provide to
the Buyer a drawing that details the weight and dimensions, centre of gravity, lifting
and securing points, and appropriate handling procedures/ instructions (including
provided lifting devices) for all items / packages that exceed a weight of 10,000 kgs or
dimensions of 11.8 x 2.2 x 2.2 metres.

• Packing of Goods of more than one Purchase Order in a single box or package shall
not be permitted.

• Each type of spare parts – operational / commissioning / start-up / capital shall be


packed separately, and be marked with the tag number of the related equipment.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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• Chemicals, lubricants, adhesives, and any Goods of a hazardous nature must each
be packed separately, and Materials Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) provided.

No documents are to be attached to the outside of / or packed within any


packages.

11.1 Shipping Saddles


Attachments and tackle for securing vessel to transport shall be suitable to prevent any
horizontal and rotational movement of the vessel.

Shipping saddles shall be located approximately symmetrical each side of the vessel’s
centre of gravity.

Shipping saddles and vessel shall be designed for the following forces acting
simultaneously during sea transit, as a minimum:
 Longitudinal 0.6g
 Transverse 0.7g
 Vertical upwards 0.2g
 Vertical downwards 1.5g

Shipping saddles strength shall be suitable for being supported at each end of the
saddle on 1m2 supports during shipment and storing for up to 6 months, without
causing deflection of the saddle base or locally stressing the vessel above the design
limits.

The shipping base shall be suitable for securing to the transporter by clamping or
bolting.

The size of shipping saddles is dependent on method of transportation and method of


lifting on to transport vehicle.

Dimensions shall be agreed during detailed design engineering with the EPC
CONTRACTOR / COMPANY.

Typical lengths of saddle base supports are:


 4.9m long for 3.0m width bogie
 5.5m long for 3.65m width bogie
 6.3m long for 4.8m width bogie
 7.8m long for 6.2m width bogie

Saddle height to be a minimum to reduce overturning forces, but sufficient for vessel
attachments projecting downwards to clear surfaces on which it is to be placed. Vessel
is to be attached securely to the shipping saddles.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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Shear stops are to be fitted to prevent rotation about the shipping saddle during lifting
and unloading.

VENDOR shall provide a detailed shipping/transportation drawing which shall include


the following details as a minimum:

 Overall shipping length, width and height (including all installed dressing,
platforms, pipework, blanks, temporary supports etc.)
 Total shipping volume (m³)
 Centre of gravity
 Position and details of all lifting attachments
 Lifting load at each lifting attachment (transportation condition only)
 Total transportation weight
 Orientation for transportation
 Details of any temporary supports
 Details of any dressing which is removed local to temporary supports
 Details of all lashing points

11.2 Shipment in Containers


Under no circumstances are shipping containers to be purchased for packing without
the prior agreement of Buyer.

It must be recognised that containerised cargo may be removed from containers by


Port workers at the Port of arrival for Customs examination and then replaced, and
Goods require packing that is safe and suitable for handling and storage both at the
Port and at the Project Site.

Therefore:

 Loose-loading of unpacked Goods into containers is not permitted, except for


pipes or steelwork (with Buyer’s prior agreement).

 Unpacked pieces or bundles of pipe or steelwork, and packages / units


exceeding 2,000 kg unit weight must only be shipped in open-top or flat-rack type
shipping containers, and must be unitised, pre-slung or fitted with lifting points to
facilitate mechanised handling (i.e. by crane).

 All other Goods must be packed in cases or crates, palletised or otherwise


unitised to be suitable for forklift handling, with a weight not exceeding 2,000kg
per pallet / unit.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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 In all circumstances the Vendor shall ensure that packages loaded into shipping
containers are well secured, that any timber used for packing or securing is
compliant with ISPM-15, and that the container is not damaged in the process
(costs incurred for repairs will be back-charged).
Provision of such packing shall be included in the prices quoted, and a full description
of the packing to be provided shall be submitted together with the quotation for supply
of the required Goods.

11.3 Airfreight
In the event that airfreight is required, package weights and dimensions shall, where
possible, be limited to those acceptable for despatch within the hold of passenger
flights. Consult the Project Shipping Coordinator before packing.

No documents are to be attached to the outside of / or packed within any


packages.

12. HANDLING, STORAGE, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS


In accordance with the Purchase Order, all required technical documents such as
handling, installation, operation and maintenance manuals, should be sent to the
Buyer’s Coordinator as instructed, specifying the relevant Purchase Order number(s).

Any required certificates of conformity, materials test certificates, and lifting equipment
test certificates must additionally show the Shipment Number(s) assigned for the
specific consignment.

Equipment shall be provided with sufficient bracing and lifting lugs to permit
handling at the construction site with conventional slings or hooks without damage to
the equipment.

13. PACKAGE MARKING


The following shipping marks shall be indelibly applied to at least two adjacent sides
and the top of cased Goods, on at least two metal tags securely wired to bundles of
pipe or steelwork, and by the most appropriate means on other items that are not
packed for shipment. These marks shall be in BLACK in the largest figures and letters
possible (up to 150mm height where possible): -

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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Ras Markaz Crude Oil Park Project


Ras Markaz, OMAN
P. O. No:
SHIPMENT No:
PACKAGE No: of .

Countries of Origin: (All, as documents)

Package gross weight (kgs):


Package nett Weight (kgs):
Package measurements
Length x Width x Height (cms).

Special handling notes:


(e.g. IMDG hazardous cargo code if applicable).

 International trade practice symbols (see Attachment A for examples), as


appropriate, shall be applied to all four (4) sides of all cases, crates, and
pallets.
 Any packages/pieces exceeding 2,000 kgs must bear clear details of the
correct lifting method to be employed, with lift positions and centre of gravity.
 Other Purchase Order requirements, such as colour coding of mill products or
tagging of items, shall be completed in accordance with specific instructions
separately provided.

14. PREPARATION OF SHIPPING DOCUMENTATION


Commercial invoices for payment shall be separately submitted strictly in accordance
with instructions contained elsewhere in the Purchase Order.

For shipping and customs purposes, the Vendor shall first prepare and submit a
DRAFT invoice for shipping and Customs purposes together with a packing list
for review and approval by the Buyer.

The English language and metric weights (kgs) and dimensions (cms) shall be used
throughout.

One copy of each shall be sent as soon as possible (before certification / notarisation)
by e-mail to the Buyer.

In response, copies - either approved or detailing revisions required - will be promptly


returned including the relevant Shipment Number that is applicable.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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Following approval, the Shipment Number advised must be added to all of the package
markings and all related documents, and then certification / notarisation by a
recognised Chamber of Commerce / Notary, and legalisation as required by the
Sultanate of Oman completed.

Following completion of certification / notarisation / legalisation, one original and


two copies of all documents must be sent by Courier service to the Buyer as
soon as possible.

14.1 Shipping & Customs invoices


A separate invoice shall be issued for each shipment effected under each Purchase
Order, on the Vendor's headed stationery, stating: -

Sold to: [HOLD #1]

Consignee: [HOLD #2]

The Vendor’s Invoice Number and date.

A summary or numbered line-item description of the Goods, comprising: -


 The quantity and full description(s) of all items for shipment, together with the
relevant Customs HS Code and Countries of origin, unit value per item, and line
total value.
 The delivery terms – [i.e. FCA…(Named place)INCOTERMS 2010®] and total
invoice value.
 Shipping marks & numbers, as detailed in Section 13.0 of these instructions
 The number / types of pieces or packages, and total gross weight (kgs).

The following signed statement is to be shown on all invoices:

We hereby guarantee that this is a true and correct invoice and that the Goods referred
to are of the following origin and manufacture: -
Signed ........................... (Authorised person).

State or list the name of the actual manufacturer, town and Country of origin of each of
the numbered line-items described. (“European Union” or ”EU” is insufficient)

14.2 Packing List(s)


Packing lists must show summary information that corresponds with the shipping
invoice: -
Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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Sold to: [HOLD #1]

Consignee: [HOLD #2].

 The shipping invoice number and date.


 The shipping marks & numbers (as detailed in Section 13.0 of these
instructions), and a summary of the number /type of packages, total gross / net
weight, and volume of the complete shipment.

The packing list must then detail, by package number(s): -

 The type of each package (e.g. pallet, case, drum, bundle etc.) with individual
gross weight, nett weight, and dimensions, together with,
 The quantity and full description of the contents of each package, as specified
in the Purchase Order, stating the requisition number(s) and items number(s),
and including tag numbers (if relevant).

14.3 Certificates of Origin


A standard certificate of origin (certified & legalised as required for the Sultanate of
Oman), including corresponding information, is required to accompany each shipping
invoice, showing: -
Sold to: [HOLD #1]

Consignee: [HOLD #2]

 Full shipping marks & numbers, exactly as in the approved shipping invoice.
 The summary number and type of packages, and total weight (in kgs).
 The summary description of the Goods as shown in the shipping invoice.
 Names of manufacturers and Countries of origin as shown in the invoice.

15. DESPATCH ARRANGEMENTS


NO GOODS SHALL BE DESPATCHED WITHOUT THE BUYER’S RELEASE, AND
ISSUE OF THE SHIPMENT NUMBER AND APPROPRIATE INSTRUCTIONS.

If Goods are despatched without issue of the Shipment Number, they may be
rejected and any costs incurred will be back-charged to the Vendor.

On receipt of the "Draft" shipping invoice and packing list, the relevant Shipment
Number will be issued and transmitted, permitting the packages to be fully marked and
the "finalised" documents to be Certified / Notarised /legalised and then submitted.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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Once the Shipment Number advice has been issued the consignment is to be
considered as final and complete. No further packages can be added to the
consignment, or any unreleased Goods packed without the express permission of the
Buyer.

Each Shipment Number advice, with copies of the related shipping documentation, is
transmitted to both the Vendor and the authorised Project Freight Forwarder - who will
immediately contact the Vendor and arrange the required delivery point, date(s) and
time(s) (or arrange collection if appropriate).

Any costs arising from delivery other than as arranged (or demurrage in respect of
collections) due to Vendor's fault shall be for Vendor's account.

Vendor shall check that the items detailed upon the Shipment Number advice agree in
all respects with the items packed and shown upon the Packing List. Any discrepancy
must be immediately advised to the Buyer’s Coordinator named upon the transmittal
advice.

The Buyer’s nominated Project Freight Forwarder is required to inspect Goods upon
receipt for superficial condition and suitability, to report any damage / discrepancy, and
to propose any remedial action considered necessary. Any resulting costs will be for
the account of the Vendor, and any remedial action taken shall not absolve the Vendor
from any responsibilities.

A formal receipt will be provided by the appointed Project Freight Forwarder upon
receipt of the Goods, completion of export formalities, and evidence of agreement to
pay any handling fees etc. arising before the agreed delivery point for which the
Vendor has responsibility.

This formal receipt will be considered the only definitive proof of acceptable delivery of
Goods in accordance with the Purchase Order responsibilities, and submittal to the
Buyer may be required to release payments due upon completion of delivery of the
Goods.

Failure to accept or pay handling fees forming part of the Purchase Order
responsibilities may result in deductions from payments due upon completion of
delivery of the Goods.

After shipment, the Project Freight Forwarder will normally provide to the Vendor a
"Certificate of Shipment" as proof of export, showing details required by
Customs/Tax/Other Authorities. Original Bills of Lading, Airwaybills, or similar will not
normally be provided.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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15.1 Export Customs Clearance


Vendor’s are reminded that under the delivery terms "FCA (Named Point)" or FOB
(Named Port) as defined by Incoterms® 2010, the Vendor is responsible for provision
of all documentation essential to complete export Customs requirements and, unless
otherwise agreed, is responsible for payment of all costs associated with export
Customs clearance processes.

In respect of Goods imported by the Vendor for processing /incorporation and


subsequent re-export in accordance with the agreed Purchase Order terms of delivery,
the Vendor shall be fully responsible for any importation and re-export arrangements,
including Customs Duty or Tax liabilities This shall include any/all payments that arise,
and/or arrangements that are essential to the removal of Goods from a Duty-Free zone
until delivered as required for free exportation from the relevant Country – whether by
seafreight, airfreight, or by land border.

16. DISTRIBUTION OF DOCUMENTS


See Attachment B.

17. MARINE INSURANCE


The Buyer will arrange ‘All Risks’ marine insurance for all Goods for 110% of the CIF
(Cost Insurance & Freight) value, with cover operative from the point(s) of delivery
stated in each Purchase Order until first delivery at the Project Site or other agreed
location.

The Goods shall otherwise be considered at the risk of the Vendor, and the Vendor
shall arrange appropriate insurance cover.

Note that value declared for insurance purposes will be based upon the value advised
by Vendor in the shipping invoice submitted. In event of a claim requiring replacement
items for which the declared value is inadequate, the Buyer reserves the right to hold
the Vendor responsible for any shortfall in replacement costs incurred but not
recoverable under the insurance arranged.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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18. ATTACHMENTS

ATTACHMENT A: EXAMPLES OF INTERNATIONAL HANDLING SYMBOLS


While it is generally recommended that containers be marked with cautionary handling
instructions in the language of the country of the shipper and consignee, such
markings are of little value if the freight handlers cannot read. This can be overcome by
pictorial markings.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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A. This side up G. Sling here


B. Fragile goods H. Do not put sack trolleys here
C. Keep dry J. Clamp here
D. Protect from solar radiation K. Maximum stack load
E. Use no hooks L. Tight package (do not pierce)
F. Centre of gravity M. Admissible range of temperature
N. No fork-lifts here

ATTACHMENT B. DISTRIBUTION OF DOCUMENTS

SEND TO: - Buyer Appointed


Project Freight
Forwarder
DESCRIPTION

On / following receipt of Purchase Order


IF APPLICABLE: -
MSDS – Materials Safety Data Sheets 1 Orig.+ 1 Copy
Hazardous cargo information advice 1 Orig.+ 1 Copy
Export Licence advice 1 Orig.+ 1 Copy
Out-of-gauge / heavy-lift drawing 1 Orig.+ 1 Copy
Lifting equipment test certificates 1 Orig.+ 1 Copy

On readiness to despatch
Draft Shipping Invoice 1 Copy
Draft Packing List 1 Copy
Draft Certificate of Origin 1 Copy

Following draft review & issue of OFS


Final (Legalised) Shipping Invoice 1 Copy 1 Orig.
Final Packing List 1 Copy 1 Orig.
Final (Legalised) Certificate of Origin 1 Copy 1 Orig.

AND, IF APPLICABLE: -
Materials Certificates (If applicable) 1 Copy
Lifting equipment test certificates 1 Copy 1 Orig.
ISPM-15 certificate 1 Copy 1 Orig.
Export Licence Document 1 Copy 1 Orig.
Hazardous cargo declaration form 1 Copy 1 Orig.

Subject to certain pre-existing proprietary rights in intellectual property held by Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited, Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. has full title to this document. This document contains information which is subject to obligations of non-
disclosure and is to be returned to Oman Tank Terminal Company L.L.C. upon request. The contents may not be copied, disclosed or
made available to any third party or used other than for the intended purpose for which it has been provided unless Oman Tank
Terminal Company L.L.C. provides written consent for such copy, disclosure, availability and/or use.
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